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Announcing Our Latest Health & Safety Leadership Certificate Recipients…

Today we would like to recognize Canalta Food Services and their commitment to improving workplace health and safety. It is with great pleasure to announce that their Victoria Avenue A&W location in Regina has achieved its Level 1 Health & Safety Leadership Certification (HSLC) in our Hospitality Stream. In 2021, during a global pandemic, this […]

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Soaring To New Safety Heights – The Sky Is The Limit, Or Is It?

Approximately one year ago today, the Provincial Emergency Communication Centre – CanOps started a journey to improve its safety culture. Improving physical and psychological health and safety are integral to achieving a change in culture within the organization. Flash forward to ONE YEAR LATER…. PECC has achieved Health & Safety Leadership Certification Level 1. But […]

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An Organization Reaching New Safety Heights with HSLC!

It is with great pleasure to welcome Saskatoon Student Child Care Services Inc. to our HSLC family! Saskatoon Student Child Care Services Inc. is a non-profit, registered charity that was incorporated in 1982. This program offers a variety of supports and programming specifically for young parents which assists them as parents and as high school […]

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Announcing HSLC Streams Integrated with Psychological Health and Safety!

HSLC Streams are now fully integrated with Psychological Health and Safety! The first of its kind in Saskatchewan. Service Hospitality has taken safety to the next level with one purpose in mind; our goal has always been to stop people from getting hurt! Through our Health and Safety Leadership Certification (HSLC), our employers work through […]

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Leading the Way – For You

The intersection between physical and psychological health and safety is vast and growing.  As our existing HSLC program expands to integrate psychological health and safety, we are also exploring new technological solutions to help even more.  One of these potential solutions is the SAHARA (Safety and Hazard Awareness Risk Assessment) App.  This app is currently […]

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